JIM KENYON

On the way out of his first-floor apartment in Lebanon one afternoon early last month, 67-year-old Jesse Keenum came across a letter on the...

Jim Kenyon: A school cut short

9/24/23

I tend to lump hair salons into the same category as funeral homes. No matter how the economy is doing, their services are always in demand.With...

When I stopped by the Carter Community Building in downtown Lebanon unannounced Friday, Jim Vanier had just finished sweeping the linoleum floor...

Although we probably don’t need more examples of how adults can mess up youth sports and kids are left to pay the price, here’s a recent one that...

The Upper Valley’s housing crunch is making it nearly impossible for many employers to persuade workers from other parts of the country to move...

When the nonprofit Carter Community Building Association, or CCBA as it’s known, launched a fundraising drive last October, the good name of Jim...

I never thought a price tag could be put on reading, but the Vermont Department of Corrections has found a way.On Aug. 1, the DOC implemented a...

When Lebanon High School teachers and administrators gathered in June to recognize their colleagues who were retiring or leaving for new jobs, one...

NORWICH — Renee Manheimer’s husband and two children were aware that she had overcome great adversity and perilous situations early in her life...

Busy, busy, busy. New Dartmouth President Sian Leah Beilock anticipates being so busy, in fact, that the college is advertising for someone to pick...

After losing her home and many of her belongings to Tropical Storm Irene’s floodwaters 12 years ago, Ethel Davis braced for worst as she made her...

When Hartford Dismas House needed someone to tell its story, the nonprofit that provides affordable lodging and meals for people coming out of...

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